Jonathan F. Ashmore

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
hearing, hair cells
"Jonathan Ashmore"
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Karin Morandell research assistant
Dan Jagger grad student University of Bristol (Physiology Academic Tree)
Jonathon Howard post-doc 1984 University of Bristol
Gwenaelle S.G. Geleoc post-doc 1996-1999 University College London
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Bullen A, West T, Moores C, et al. (2015) Association of intracellular and synaptic organization in cochlear inner hair cells revealed by 3D electron microscopy. Journal of Cell Science. 128: 2529-40
West T, Ashmore J. (2014) A model of ionic transport and osmotic volume control in cochlear outer hair cells. Interface Focus. 4: 20140018
Mistrík P, Daudet N, Morandell K, et al. (2012) Mammalian prestin is a weak Cl⁻/HCO₃⁻ electrogenic antiporter. The Journal of Physiology. 590: 5597-610
Quick K, Zhao J, Eijkelkamp N, et al. (2012) TRPC3 and TRPC6 are essential for normal mechanotransduction in subsets of sensory neurons and cochlear hair cells. Open Biology. 2: 120068
Ashmore J, Pickett J, Alder J, et al. (2012) Whole body oxygen delivery and consumption during cardiopulmonary bypass surgery. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 737: 229-34
Ashmore J. (2012) The afferent synapse Oxford Handbook of Auditory Science the Ear
Winston GP, Mancini L, Stretton J, et al. (2011) Diffusion tensor imaging tractography of the optic radiation for epilepsy surgical planning: a comparison of two methods. Epilepsy Research. 97: 124-32
Ashmore J. (2011) Pushing the envelope of sound. Neuron. 70: 1021-2
Ashmore J, Avan P, Brownell WE, et al. (2011) Corrigendum to " The remarkable cochlear amplifier" [Hear. Res. 266 (1-2) (2010) 1-17] Hearing Research. 280: 245
Mistrík P, Ashmore JF. (2010) Reduced electromotility of outer hair cells associated with connexin-related forms of deafness: an in silico study of a cochlear network mechanism. Journal of the Association For Research in Otolaryngology : Jaro. 11: 559-71
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